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2014 NCAA finalist Josh Kindig was seeded seventh at 61 kg but had one of his strongest performances at the Senior level, rallying after a quarterfinal loss to second-seeded Kendrick Maple to finish third. The bronze medal match was one of the best all tournament long as Kindig, a former Oklahoma State Cowboy, and Cody Brewer, a former Oklahoma Sooner, created a little Bedlam in Vegas, combining for 20 first period points and 32 overall as Kindig took the win, 16-16 on the strength of two four-point moves to one.
After opening his tournament with a loss to Tommy Gantt, 7-5, former Cal Poly NCAA finalist Chase Pami came all the way back to finish third, taking out Dylan Ness, Gantt, Alec Pantaleo, and Jason Nolf in succession to end his run of seven consecutive wins.
Jordan Oliver, 2017 US Open champion
Mason Manville, 2017 Greco World Team Trials champion